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2016

Common Slavic: Progress and Problems in its Reconstruction is an extraordinarily valuable annotated literature review. It is dated only in the sense that the literature surveyed is now fifty years older. There is nothing dated about the commentary on the literature, and given the relatively moderated pace of progress in historical Slavic linguistics in this era of intense focus on...

$39.95
978-0-89357-446-8
viii + 434
2016

This book provides some of the fruits of a career teaching Slavic linguistics and phonological theory. Bill Darden was trained in both Prague-School linguistics and generative phonology, and integrates both in his work. He was among the early proponents of the relevance of phonemics and the distinction between morphophonology and phonology in generative phonology. He uses his knowledge of Slavic history to...

Cynthia M. Vakareliyska

$24.95
978-0-89357-447-5
vi + 91
2015

Thirty-five years after the publication of Charles Gribble’s monumental Russian Root List, Slavica Publishers offers Cynthia M. Vakareliyska’s Lithuanian Root List, the first list of common Lithuanian roots that contains their English meanings. Modeled on the Russian Root List, the Lithuanian Root List also provides the most common Lithuanian prefixes and suffixes, together with their English meanings. Cynthia M. Vakareliyska is Professor of Linguistics and member of the Russian, Eurasian, and East European...

$34.95
978-0-89357-417-8
vi+306
2015

This volume presents eleven articles on Slavic linguistics and accentology in honor of Professor Emeritus Ronald F. Feldstein of Indiana University. Ronald Feldstein has been a leading practitioner in historical and comparative Slavic linguistics, with a special focus on accentology, since the early 1970s, and his career has intersected with many prominent Slavists as students and colleagues. The book also...

$39.95
978-0-89357-443-7
xxvi + 361
2015

Time machines do not exist, but books are good substitutes. This book takes you two thousand years back in time and explains how the Russian language came to be the way it is by reviewing all major changes in the grammar and sound system. In addition to chapters on syntax, morphology, and phonology, the book offers brief introductions to Russian...

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